Plano’s live music scene is stronger than ever before. Even locals may be surprised to learn there are more than 30 venues across the city that offer some sort of live music on a regular basis. From hip restaurants to new unique venues, you’re bound to find something close by that interests you. Here’s a breakdown of some popular live music venues in Plano.
Red Tail Amphitheater at Oak Point Park
The gorgeous Red Tail Amphitheater at Oak Point Park pants a beautiful backdrop for live music events throughout the year. This venue plays hosts to the popular Beatles Night, Toyota Texas Music Revolution, and more for about 1,500 guests on their grass-covered landings. Take a tour here.
Box Garden at Legacy Hall
The Box Garden is the completion of the vision that is Legacy Hall. It’s an awesome outdoor patio and entertainment venue constructed out of reclaimed shipping containers. Designed to be a versatile and innovative, communal space; it’s the spot for a happy hour with friends, a business rendezvous or some late-night fun. At its core is a 600-square-foot event stage that hosts live music, concerts, sports watching, festivals, culinary events and more. To see what’s coming up at the Box Garden, click here.
Club-Like Atmospheres: Blue Martini, Sambuca 360 & VNYL
Blue Martini, Sambuca 360 and VNYL (opening June 2018) – all located at The Shops at Legacy – are great spots to dance the night away with live music happening many nights of the week!
McCall Plaza is the newest live music venue to add to the City’s collection. Throughout the year, there are programs put on by Plano Stages like Downtown Sessions and Live & Local, other events like The Fillmore Pub’s St. Patrick’s Day bash, and many Downtown Plano Arts District events.
To view a complete list of live music venues and events, visit our page dedicated to Plano’s live music scene.
Box Garden cover photo credit: Karlo X. Ramos
Amphitheater photo credits: David Downs and Visit Plano
Box Garden photo credits: Box Garden at Legacy Hall
Club-Like Atmosphere photo credits: Nan Palmero, Visit Plano, and Nan Palmero
Courtyard Theater photo credits: Texas Red Photography
McCall Plaza photo credits: Visit Plano